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MelXArt - Freelance Art, Illustration, Drawing, Graphic Novel Art, & Book Cover Design
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I'm a Self Taught Artist, Illustrator, Original Content & Concept art creator, working in Mixed Medium. One who ponders the philosophical mysteries of the universe translating those mysteries in my own artistic language. Creating Covers(Book, Comic books, CD, Magazine, etc.), Portraits, Web/Comics and Pin-up art are a passion, As well as any Inspired piece. Art's power comes from who...
Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
Scott Millard - Freelance Illustration, Graphic Design, Drawing, Fantasy Art, & Digital Art
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Scott C. Millard Summary of Qualifications Freelance Qualifications: Digital Illustrator: Creation of entirely Digital Raster, Vector, or 3D art, imagery and animation. 1997-Present Conversion of manual expression into digital art, imagery and animation. 1997-Present Traditional Illustrator: Creation of manual art, cartooning and imagery. 1980-present Video Creation, editing and DVD authoring...
Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
Joshua Kennedy - Freelance Drawing & Illustration
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Dyfferent Shades Biography Challenged through life's struggle's Josh Kennedy found himself learning that he was given a talent from the acts of God at a very young age of 10. Knowing that he really did not understand his gifts he continued to challenge himself by imitating favorite cartoons such as Ninja Turtles, Mickey Mouse, Bugs bunny and many more. Bouncing through a rough child hood his...
Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
Danny Art - Freelance Graphic Design & Illustration
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5.0
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Hello, my name is Danny Garcia, I'm a freelance Illustrator and Graphic designer, I can help you with your graphic needs and guide you through the process from ideas and creation all the way up to the finished product. "Danny Art Studio" is a professional creative studio, based in Florida, due to over 9 years of experience I guarantee the finish design will exceed your expectations.
Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
Steve RADZI - Freelance Storyboarding & Illustration
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Pompano Beach, Florida, United States

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Sofya Timchenki - Freelance Event Photography & Photography
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My name is Sophia, I'm 19 years old! Since I was 14, I started doing photography. I did a lot of photo-sessions in a different styles like journalism photography, fashion, studio, wedding, engagement, family, newborn, senior. I absolutely love photography and I have a huge passion for it. Im so open to learn new things and work with new people. Looking forward to hear from you!
Portland, Oregon, United States
Dana Lacroix - Freelance Animal Illustration & Children's Book Illustration
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Self taught artist--have been practicing my skill since very young so over 40 years now! Have experience in a wide variety of mediums ie: pencil, pen & ink, oils, acrylics,pencil crayon, and watercolor. In the past I have completed a number of commissioned works of art and have sold both original art as well as prints of my original artwork. I have worked commercially with silkscreen design, all types of illustration and some logo design, wall murals, and I have illustrated a published children's book entitled "Nana's Adoption Farm", written by Tryntje Horn of Victoria, BC. Please contact me for a profile of my work.
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Ron Sellner - Freelance Editing, Proofreading, Grant Writing, & Manual Writing
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Ron Sellner Retired from a career in higher education administration, spanning thirty five years, mostly in medical schools Extensive experience in creating, editing for grammar and proofreading college catalogs, recruitment materials, grant applications and articles for publication Lifetime total program grant funding = $1,351,197 Exemplary skill in English usage, as evidenced by a score of 730 in the Verbal section of the SAT examination Advanced skills in using Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint Membership in Mensa Ph.D. in Physiology Two years conducting research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Six years full-time university teaching, achieving tenure Twenty-five years full-time higher education administration Department Chair, Assistant Dean, Dean, Associate Vice President, Associate Provost, Vice President Created successful degree programs in Physical Therapy, Health Care Administration and Medical Records Administration Achieved double digit year-to-year percentage increases in new student enrollment at two first-professional degree colleges B.S. Science, June, 1967 The Pennsylvania State University Ph.D. Physiology, September, 1971 The Pennsylvania State University National Institutes of Health Staff Fellow 71-73 Research in environmental physiology University of Missouri at Kansas City Assistant Professor of Biology & Medicine 73-77 Education of medical and allied health students St. Georges University School of Medicine Grenada, West Indies Professor & Acting Chair, Department of Physiology 1978 Education of medical students University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education 79-82 Management of health professions educational programs University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences Acting Dean, College of Biological Sciences 82-83 University Curriculum Coordinator 82-88 Dean, College of Biological Sciences 83-88 Associate Professor of Physiology/Pharmacology (with tenure) 85-88 Vice President for Program Development 87-88 Creation, implementation and management of health professions educational programs Shippensburg University of Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Registrar 88-90 Pennsylvania Associate Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies and Enrollment Management 90-93 Management of undergraduate and graduate educational programs; management of admissions, recruitment, registration, records and information systems Western States Chiropractic College Vice President for Academic Affairs 93-02 Management of undergraduate and first professional degree programs National College of Naturopathic Medicine Director of Admissions 03 – 04 Dean of Enrollment Management 04 – 06 Management of Office of Admissions The Echo Group Director of Higher Education Programs Associated with the Echo Group since 2002 AREAS OF EXPERTISE Management of human, physical and fiscal resources Creating and monitoring systems that support such functions as admissions, registrar, and financial aid Forecasting enrollments, expenses and income Written and unwritten rules, traditions and culture of institutions of higher education Proofreading/editing MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS Created programs in health care administration, medical records administration and physical therapy Increased fall 2005 new student enrollment at NCNM, compared to fall 2004, by 32.1% Fall 2006 new student enrollment at NCNM is projected to increase by 32.8% over fall 2005 Increased fall 2002 new student enrollment at WSCC, compared to fall 2001, by 14.9% Increased total applications to Shippensburg University of PA from 2,500 in the fall of 1988 to 7,500 in the fall of 1992 ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE At the University of Missouri - Kansas City, I was responsible for designing and implementing a course in Medical Physiology for a new six-year medical school. This course was team-taught by seven physiologists. I continued to serve as course director during my tenure there. I was also involved in developing other curricular offerings for the medical students, taught both at the Arts and Sciences campus and at the medical school campus, including a novel program involving basic scientists teaching on clinical rounds. In my second year, I was appointed coordinator of all physiology instruction for medical students. I also served as chairperson of the Graduate Admissions Committee. At St. George's University School of Medicine I served as Acting Chairperson of the Department of Physiology. I coordinated a two-course sequence in Medical Physiology for 150 students per class. This involved usual departmental administrative tasks, plus arranging travel and other matters for five visiting lecturers per class, most of whom came to Grenada for a week from U.S. medical schools. At the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine at Peoria, I had administrative responsibility for the last three years of the curriculum leading to the M.D. degree. Specific duties included organizing and administering the academic advising system; serving as custodian of student academic records, arranging and administering internal certifying examinations and National Board Examinations; structuring and implementing remedial programs for students who failed these examinations; coordinating residency placement and writing "Dean's Letters"; approval and tracking of students' individual clinical programs; coordinating and scheduling of didactic instruction. These duties required serving as staff to the Curriculum and Student Promotion Committees and as liaison to higher and lateral units of the College of Medicine and of other colleges of the University of Illinois. I was recruited to the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences to fill the positions of Director of the Physician Assistant Program, Acting Dean of the College of Biological Sciences and University Curriculum Coordinator. The University is comprised of a College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, a College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery and a College of Biological Sciences, which actually functions as a college of allied health. As Coordinator of the University Curriculum, I was responsible for ensuring that the curricular offerings of the component colleges were presented in such a way that maximal efficiency in the utilization of human and physical resources was achieved. Specific duties included scheduling the time and place of lectures, laboratories, conferences and other university events; preparation of overall academic calendars; coordination of curricular offerings common to two or more colleges; serving as staff to each of the college curriculum committees. I also represented the administration when faculty deliberative bodies considered curricular issues. During my first year, I was assigned administrative oversight for the University Library and Division of Biomedical Communications (A-V, T.V. and Graphics). At the end of that year, I was promoted from Acting Dean to Dean. In my second year I developed M.S. and B.S. programs in Health Care Administration that began in September of 1984, with 105 students currently enrolled in these programs. The charter class of the M.S. program graduated in June of 1986. As a result of authoring two federal training grants, serving as liaison between the academic side of the university and the data processing division and through my supervision of the two academic computing specialists, I was able to establish a net of local microcomputers (47), many of which were tied to our mainframe through terminal emulation. They were located in each academic department, in the library (8), and in our teaching clinics (11). This system was used for Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI), clinical billing, on-line searching of national databases, local word and data processing and access to the files and computing power of our Burroughs mainframe. Several faculty members authored CAI programs that we were marketing. With approval from our Board of Trustees, I implemented an entry-level M.S. program in Physical Therapy (began June 88) and a baccalaureate program in Medical Records Administration (began Sept 87) and planned a doctoral program in Health Professions Education. I coordinated the programmatic and facilities planning for an integrated Health Promotion/Wellness/Sports Medicine floor in the new ten-story clinical tower. All of these new programs achieved accreditation and graduated their charter classes. With these new programs developing in my college, I asked to be relieved of the day-to-day administrative duties of Program Director of the Physician Assistant Program. A new Program Director, who reported to me as dean, was appointed effective 1 July 86. Recognizing that I was responsible for educational and clinical program development that was university-wide in nature, the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees appointed me Vice President for Program Development in July of 1987. I continued as Dean of the College of Biological Sciences. Responding to my desire to broaden the horizons of my professional environment, I accepted the position of Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Registrar at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. My line responsibilities in this position included providing administrative oversight for the offices of Admissions and Registrar, plus first line supervision for two of the support staff in the Office of the Provost. My primary staff responsibilities were monitoring and controlling faculty workload and all of the budgets falling under the Provost. My overarching responsibility was managing student enrollment, which included admission of new students, readmission of former students and academic dismissal of current students. In discharging these responsibilities, I served as chair of a council of the deans that met to consider these issues. This was separate from the more formal weekly meetings with the Provost and deans. The parameters I worked with were an undergraduate FTES of 5,265, a graduate FTES of 433, an FTEF of 343.3, a supplies and equipment budget of $1,804,811 and a total budget for Academic Affairs of $30,108,772. At the end of my first year, the Dean of Admissions resigned. I then assumed a very active role in the management of our undergraduate admissions program, through a series of interim deans, until I was able to hire a permanent Dean of Admissions, who arrived on campus in April of 1991. During this period, I worked as chair of the Enrollment Management Committee to develop a set of analytical tools and forecasting abilities that enabled me to effectively manage our enrollments. In the summer of 1990 I was promoted to Associate Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies and Enrollment Management. This meant taking on the additional responsibilities of being Graduate Dean and managing the Graduate School office. I also took on line responsibility for the Office of Institutional Research. I retained staff responsibility, as Associate Provost, for monitoring and controlling the Academic Affairs budget and faculty workload. I was permitted to create the position of Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies and Registrar, which I then filled with a person of considerable knowledge and experience in systems management, particularly at the interface of micro and mainframe computers. I had line responsibility for the Office of the Registrar (3 professional staff and 4 support staff), the Office of Admissions (6 professional staff and 5 support staff), the Office of Institutional Research (2 professional staff and 1 support staff), and the School of Graduate Studies and Research (2 professional staff and 3 support staff). These offices had annual combined operating and personnel budgets of $1,156,134, which includes 5.5 FTE graduate assistants. In addition to these staff and line responsibilities I chaired the Enrollment Management Committee, the Summer Academic Programs Committee, the Graduate Council, the Academic Review Committee (Council of Deans), and the Educational Equipment Allocation Committee. I served as a member of the Admissions Committee, the 504 Compliance Committee, the Academic Computing Futures Committee, the Computer Systems Council, the Faculty/Management Committee, the Planning and Budget Council, President's Cabinet, the Teacher Education Council, the University Relations Council and University Forum. At the State System level, I served on the Employee Benefits Committee, on the Council of Graduate Deans, and as liaison from the Chief Academic Officers to the Directors of Admission. In the fall of 1991, I was asked to conduct a formal feasibility study for a School of Pharmacy at Shippensburg University. This study involved faculty collaboration and the services of two external consultants. In the fall of 1992, I was appointed co-chair, along with the Vice President for Administration and Finance, of the committee charged with the coordination of the planning for two new classroom buildings approved and funded by the Commonwealth. As the chief academic officer of Western States Chiropractic College, I provided leadership, coordination, facilitation and advocacy for the teaching, research and service activities of our faculty. Specific responsibilities included developing the budget requests for and monitoring the expenditure of funds by the functional areas comprising Academic Affairs, supervision of the college library and promotion of faculty development. As of the fall of 1996, there were 37 full-time and 72 part-time faculty in academic affairs, for a total FTEF of 78.37. The college operating budget was approximately ten million dollars per year, with the percentage attributable to academic affairs being typical of a single purpose non-profit private professional school. Since then, the college experienced a decrease in the size of the fall entering class each year, with corresponding decreases in enrollment. The cumulative decrease over this time has been about twenty percent, which is almost exactly the same percentage decrease experienced by the other chiropractic colleges. This trend is related to the overall decreases in applications experienced by almost all health professions programs over the past several years. The college made gradual decreases in part-time faculty, staff and administration over this period. In May of 2000, the Dean of Enrollment Management announced his retirement, effective that summer. In June of 2000, based on my successful experience as Associate Provost, Dean of Graduate Studies and Dean of Enrollment Management at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, I accepted the assignment of serving as the Interim Dean of Enrollment Management and as chair of the search committee for the permanent replacement. Two candidates declined our offers in September. Since I had been successful in the position over the summer and since continuity was deemed to be important, I then accepted an indefinite assignment to that position, also retaining all of my duties as Vice President for Academic Affairs. Over the course of the fall quarter, it became apparent to me that I could not perform all of these duties, while also engaged in serious budget cutting meetings. I asked to be relieved of the supervision of the Offices of Student Services and Financial Aid. Thus, for the 2000-2001 academic year, I was handling the duties of VPAA, running the Admissions Office and supervising the Office of the Registrar. As a result of my year supervising Admissions, a four-year trend of decreasing entering class sizes was reversed. I was able to bring about a fourteen percent increase in the size of the fall, 2001, entering class, which I recruited. In the summer of 2001, the Registrar resigned. Due to budgetary considerations, it was agreed that I should take on the duties of Registrar, in addition to my normal duties as Vice President for Academic Affairs. The Academic Dean, who reported to me, agreed to take over supervision of the Admissions Office. I left Western States Chiropractic College in May of 2002. As Dean of Admissions at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine (NCNM), I supervised five full-time employees and approximately 0.5 FTE of work-study students. My responsibilities included the marketing of, recruitment to, and admission to, two professional degree programs – the doctorate in naturopathic medicine (ND) and the master’s degree in oriental medicine (MSOM). I was responsible for a thirty-two percent increase in the number of new students enrolling in the fall of 2005, compared to the number of new enrollees in the fall of 2004. I am responsible for another projected thirty-plus percentage increase in new students for the fall of 2006. I left NCNM in May of 2006. Since then I have been serving as the Director of Higher Education Programs of the Echo Group.
Portland, Oregon, United States
Andurilan Design Studio - Freelance Website Design & Graphic Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$20
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An important part of having an amazing site is not only a great vision for your company, but having a strong developer foundation. We provide the base of your new site through the use of powerful developer languages. Whether your project needs HTML5, CSS3, PHP, Flash, or Mobile Apps, you can rest assured that Andurilan can meet your project needs.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Samantha Morton - Freelance Photography & Digital Art
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My name is Samantha Morton and I'm a Sophomore at Reinhardt University studying Digital Art and Graphic Design. I have extensive Photoshop experience and have been retouching and adding digital elements to photos for over five years. I was a staff member of my high school's yearbook team for three years, getting promoted to Editor in Chief during my Senior year. I have experience designing layouts, graphics, and editing photos (as mentioned above), and have practice in meeting strict deadlines and handling business meetings in a professional manner. I have also been very active in photography for over 6 years. I started out in digital photography, which in turn led me to Photoshop, and have recently discovered a love for film photography. I will be taking design classes and photography classes in the fall when my Sophomore year begins.
Calhoun, Georgia, United States